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MODERN ORTHODOX AT JRT CANCELLED

Sadly, after much thought and discussion, Jewish Repertory Theatre has decided to cancel our production of Modern Orthodox, scheduled to run April 23 – May 17. The JCC, home of the JRT, will be closed until at least March 30 and as rehearsals would have begun March 23, and we can’t be sure when the JCC will reopen or when the city will reopen public places, this was our only recourse. We are already discussing the possibility of including Modern Orthodox in our next season and will continue to keep you updated.

For now, stay safe, stay connected and please let friends and family know that we are doing our best to keep bringing you great theatre.

Sincerely,
Jordana Halpern, Managing Director, JRT

JRT Play Poster for Oh My God
OCTOBER 24 – NOVEMBER 17, 2019

Written By: Anat Gov

Directed By:
 Saul Elkin


Starring:

Todd Benzin
Max Goldhirsch
Lisa Ludwig

JRT Play Poster for What I Thought I knew
FEBRUARY 6 – MARCH 1, 2020

Written By: Alice Eve Cohen

Directed By:
 Saul Elkin


Starring:
Josie DiVincenzo

JRT Play Poster for Modern Orthodox
APRIL 23 – MAY 17, 2020

Written By: Daniel Goldfarb

Directed By:
Steve Vaughan


Starring:
Kristin Bentley
Arin Lee Dandes
Nick Stevens
Adam Yellen

About Alice Promo

Save the Date!

Calvin Trillin, journalist, humorist and New Yorker columnist, visits Buffalo to bring his new play “About Alice” to the Maxine and Robert Seller Theatre, 2640 North Forest Road, Amherst, NY.

Thursday, May 21  - One night only!

Tickets:
VIP (includes cocktail party with Mr. Trillin) $250
General tickets $100

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Indecent Play Promo Poster

Jewish Repertory Theatre is thrilled to collaborate with the Kavinoky Theatre, presenting:

INDECENT
By Paula Vogel | Directed by Kristen Tripp Kelley
(3/6/2020 – 3/29/2020)

Indecent takes us through the history of Sholem Asch's controversial 1907 Yiddish play God of Vengeance which tells the story of a Jewish brothel owner who bribes a rabbi so that the rabbi's son will marry his daughter. The problem: the daughter falls in love with a prostitute.

Vogel's play about a play depicts the author of the original, the actors who performed in it, the controversy surrounding it and the lost culture from which it came.

Performance times:
Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:30 PM
Saturdays at 3:30 PM | Sundays at 2:00 PM

For Tickets: Visit the Kavinoky Theatre

JRT Staged Reading with Nancy Kelton

In this heartbreaking, hilarious memoir, Nancy Davidoff Kelton takes us from the gray house of her Buffalo childhood with a depressed mother who was in and out of "the nervous hospital," to the often daunting but never dull world of dating as a divorced mom in Manhattan.

Tickets $10

Contact Patricia Quinn for more details
688-4114, ext. 335

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